Eighteen Grades 5-6 students competed in a math competition on Saturday, 11/13/21. Held virtually this year, the students met at the Founders’ Campus for the Perennial Math competition that hosted several schools in the tri-state area.
Students first competed in the individual test, where they each solved 15 problems in 30 minutes. Then they competed in small groups for the team test, solving 10 questions in 30 minutes. Winners were announced live at noon on Perennial Math’s Facebook page. All CHCA students who competed placed and are eligible to register for the National Championships!
Congratulations to the following students who competed:
6th Grade Individual Competition
1st place – Mack Linich
2nd place – JT Sorensen
3rd place – Asher Beckes and Caleb Comstock tied
5th Grade Individual Competition
3rd place – Luke Ozarchevici and Noah Rosenfeldt tied
6th Grade Team Competition
1st place – Asher Beckes, Mack Linich, Braden Marcum, Grant Wilmer, and Max Wilmer
2nd place – Caleb Comstock, Ilah Ewen, Morgan Hinman, Abby Snell, and Noah Wedel
3rd place – Zach Engjurjan, Jake Kuhlman, Max Jenkins, JT Sorensen, and Andrew Wojciechowski
5th Grade Team Competition
1st place – Juju Andry, Luke Ozarchevici, and Noah Rosenfeldt
“I surprised myself when I got teary during the awards ceremony as CHCA student after CHCA student placed in the top three,” shared Grade 6 Math Teacher, Gaye Salisbury. “Our students gave up four hours on a Saturday morning to do math and that choice was rewarded. I am guessing the whole neighborhood could hear the students cheering for one another.”
The National Championships will be held in May, 2022.
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